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6:00 a.m. on this monday, march 28. tam is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. here's what's happening. heavy fire force as family of ten from their home overnight. a man suspected in a series of robberies is behind bars after a fight with a victim's uncle. storm tracker 6 live shows the rain moving through this morning and it could be hanging around for a good part of the day. let's turn to david murphy outside in the rain and karen rogers looking at traffic. >> reporter: rain coming down steadily on the terrace. take a look at storm tracker 6 live double scan you can see an area of precipitation highlighted in yellow. that's what i am standing in and
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it is fairly steady rain producing extra water on the roadways and a lot of spray. elsewhere, lighter green that's lighter rain. with the yellow stuff passing through wilmington you might have roads trying to drain. we're looking at a windy advisory that kicks in at 2:00 p.m. it is rain will tairm off between 9 -- taper off between 9 a.m. and noon. after that, winds kick in and the gusts as high as 50 miles per hour. it goes until midnight tonight. a lot of cloud cover out there, and rain. it will get better as we head into the afternoon. 47 in wilmington. 43 in allentown. 51 in cape may. as you head out the door sitting on 47 between 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m., cloudy skies and showers. as we roll through the day, we dry out in the afternoon. 64 degrees high of 66. but those winds are going to
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become a factor. look out driving this afternoon and evening. there could debris and trash cans on the roads. karen rogers i guess this is not a happy commute. >> reporter: the rain is coming down, the blue route past the turnpike, southbound traffic moving just fine. you can see the water on the roads. people are driving through the puddles, the spray coming back at you. the one thing we're going for is lighter volume with more people taking off on easter monday. i-95 visibility is down a notch. that's southbound traffic heading toward center city looking a little bit more volume than a half-hour ago, but no delay on i-95 southbound. here's a look at the boulevard. that's the southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway. we had an early-morning accident on the boulevard with a car up an embankment that's cleared. just an idea what can happen with the wet roads even with lighter volume.
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we have an accident in norristown at penn street. an accident in limerick, township line road at 10th avenue. debris on the turnpike partially blocking the ramp of the turnpike northbound at 168. fire damaged a home in west oak lane section. the flames broke out on north 23rd street at 11:00 p.m. they started in the basement and spread to the first floor. the red cross is assist ten people with temporary shelter. a man who barricaded himself inside a north philadelphia home sure rendered to police. investigators say the 19-year-old fired shots at the home of his girlfriend's family on the 3400 block of north 16th street. there were five adults and three small children in the home at the time, but nobody was hurt. the man thread to a home on the 3300 block of smedley street. he sure -- surrendered at
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3:00 a.m. a 17-year-old girl is talking about coming face face-to-face with a knife-wielding robber. sultan akbar-abdullah is charged with carrying out a string of armed robberies. his rampage ended when he met ashley lamy's uncle. i didn't know, he grabbed me, i'm -- >> reporter: her uncle and dad heard the commotion, the uncle chased the attacker to the alley and stabbed in the shoulder during the confrontation and managed to contain the man. we'll have more on the suspect's past in the next half-hour. a carnival in philadelphia was shut down after chaos erupted over rumors. gun shots. the fight broke out 7th street
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near packer avenue. someone said shots were fired and that resulted in a stampede toward the exit. the crowd was made up mostly of teenagers. no reports of injuries and no arrests made so far. an autopsy is scheduled today for the man who was killed in a crash in south white hall township lehigh county. thunderstorms say the 79-year-old lost control of his pick up truck 309 anticipate kunesville road. he crashed into a telephone pole before hitting a building. police arrested a man who was wanted in two states during a traffic stop in delaware. police in smyrna pulled over the man after they spotted the woman trying to get out of the passenger side of his car while it was moving late friday night. officers say they found marijuana and illegal prescription drugs in the vehicle. dover police department wanted him for shoplifting charges. the delaware county sheriff's office wanted him for failing to appear for trial on drug dealing
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charges. new this morning, gas prices i'm sure you've noticed are creeping back up, but are lower than a year ago. maribel aber is live at the nasdaq in time square, happy monday morning to you, maribel. >> reporter: happy monday, oil prices are creeping up up. aaa reports the average prize is 2.04. stock investors get a look at inflation. the latest expectations are rising prices show signs of slowing. the markets closed mixed today they are pointing to higher open. batman reviews were awful, it posted the biggest opening worldwide it brought in
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$424 million. i don't know about you, there was only one superman. christopher reeves shown on tv. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan we are wet across the region, as we go in tighter there's a heavy cell pushing up north of philadelphia into southern bucks county and extending over towards wrightstown and browns mills new jersey this is pushing off to the northeast as you can see. this will take long to go through, it's going to be a while before the roads drain after it. you can see there's more and more rain to the south. philadelphia seeing a little bit of this and highlighted in yellow, too, so steady rain popping through philadelphia back in toward wynnfield, camden picking up this, as well. darby steady rain with the yellow blob that went through, obviously you have a leftover precipitation there, as well. as we go down south behind all that heavier prezip -- precipitation, it's lighter
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stuff popping through. in the no longer suburbs and bucks county and quakertown and green lane doylestown picking up some of the steadier stuff. you want to slow it down as that stuff comes through it will create extra problems with poor drainage roadways. as we look outside we have cloudy skies. obviously it is wet just about everywhere. that includes the airport. you should check with the airline to make sure there's no delays. 47 degrees in philadelphia. 47 in wilmington. 43 in allentown. 51 in cape may. jacket weather for all, rain gear weather. future tracker 6 shows between now and 9:00 a.m. we're fairly wet across the region. between 9:00 a.m. and noon we expect to see the rain die away. it will be fairly cloudy. in the afternoon we start to see the rain move out. unfortunately it will get very, very windy this afternoon. that's the call for the lehigh valley, a wet morning, drying in the afternoon very windy with
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gusts up to 30 to 40 miles per hour maybe 50 miles per hour and high of 61. down the shore, blustery conditions building this afternoon after we get rid of the rain this morning. high of 62 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, you see philadelphia's high today it's 66 not bad, rain ending gradually during the morning hours, probably mainly done after midday. sun coming back, but very, very bluster with the wind advisory kicking in at 2:00 and not ending until midnight across the region. tomorrow windy and cooler, 57 degrees, lots of sun, sunny and cooler on wednesday, high of 60. ahead of another approaching warm front we get up to 70 on thursday, clouds increase on thursday, by late in the day or nighttime thursday there will be showers and some of that spills into friday morning. friday afternoon mild drying 68. and cooler for the weekend. 57 with a spotty shower saturday, dry on sunday, but a high of only 50.
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but as you were saying, matt, we'll deal. we must persist, we have no other choice. 6:10 all new on "action news," a day of fun took a tragic and deadly turn when a young girl died in an inflatable castle. an easter egg hunt leads to a large marijuana bust in washington state we have details. >> reporter: looking living at the platt bridge. look at the rain coming down. a lot of water. we'll check i-95 coming up. we'll tell you how to explore batman's bat cave that's later.
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good morning to you, it is monday, 6:13, it's one of those rainy days monday scenarios out there. that's the action cam live on germantown avenue in chestnut hill. it will not look like all day, but that's the morning commute. ever get ice cream from there anyone? no. >> reporter: it's never too early for ice cream. i wouldn't mind opening the door right there. i-95 the shot says it all, we have rain drops on the camera
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lens and water on the roads. even days when you are not expecting traffic problems and a lot of people have off. there's good volume on i-95 heading toward allegheny driving through the rain. we have an accident in norristown at west penn street. another accident over here this one township line road at 10th avenue near royersford. this accident in limerick is causing problems, as well. runnymede we have debris blocking the ramp turnpike northbound to 168 watch for that being partially blocked. this is 42 northbound traffic at creek road. building volume no major delay, but you're driving in a lot of rain. storm tracker 6 live double scan look at the area of yellow centered right over our region along the i-95 corridor. 476 in landsdale. pottstown screngen --
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jenkintown, i-95 heading toward trenton, soaking as well. route 30 white horse pike, medford lakes, the highways are wet with rain. russian president vladimir putin said his country will remove mines from the capture city of palmyra. the first major defeat for the group. isis destroyed many of palmyra's monuments, the extent of the destruction is being surveyed. today is the deadline to register to vote in the pennsylvania primary. the registration deadlines of other primers are fast approaching. delaware, april 2. new jersey may 17. new this morning, this is the stash that police found after an easter egg hunt in
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washington state. clark county sheriff's office said the man was starting to cream that someone was going to shoot him. he led the police officers to the home with 200,000 worth of marijuana. they found $100,000 in cash which they believe was drug money. three people were arrested. the wildcats are setting their sites on a ncaa championship in more than 3 decades. they returned to campus to cheering cats. they leave for houston on wednesday they face oklahoma in the final four saturday night opener. they last won the ncaa championship in 1985. happening today, phillies fans will get a sneak peek at the new offerings at citizens bank park this season. ballpark officials will show merchandise and they will hold a
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grandchildren for dinner and only one showed up. he held a picnic for anyone who wanted to come and hundreds ever people accepted the invitation and showd down on -- chowed down on grandfather burgers. >> reporter: here's a thought, grandkids take care of your grandparents they won't be there forever. this is schuylkill expressway heading toward center city. it's wet and slow, we have light volume. here's a new accident coming in, a multi-vehicle accident three vehicles involved one spun out facing the wrong way happening on the turnpike westbound at valley forge left lane is blocked at exit 326 dave. >> reporter: hydroplaning is serious business in rain like this. we're looking at the heavier stuff in gloucester county,
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camden and burlington, philadelphia, bucks and montgomery county, these are the spots with the heavier rain. mercer county around trenton getting hammered. it takes a while for the heaviest rain that's puddled on the roads to drain. the rain will die down to less intense levels after 9:00 a.m. 55 degrees by noon. 2:00 p.m., 66 degrees -- 66 is the high at 6:00 p.m. at 3:00 p.m. 64. starting at 2:00 p.m. on, we'll see strong blustery winds. that is the second story. in the morning, rain, in the afternoon, wind gusts 40 miles per hour. hold on to the steering wheel and look out for debris like trash cans and tree branches on roadways. matt and alicia. david, thank you. in "healthcheck" if you're
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an armed man who attacked a 17-year-old girl feet from her home. it was a rude awakening on easter morning when people discovered their cars were vandalized. accuweather is tracking rain moving through the region right now. we can expect windy weather later on today. good morning everyone, 6:30, monday, march 28. tam is off, alicia vitarelli joins us, we have david and karen with weather and traffic. >> reporter: the rain is coming down steadily on the terrace. take a look at storm tracker 6 live double scan the heaviest rain is moving north an east of philadelphia into burlington county and montgomery and bucks county. you can see that highlighted in yellow. if you're in trenton you're in the middle of and looking at fairly steady rain for the next half-hour or so. even where it's not steady, you're dealing with the stuff that came through earlier and there's ponding and puddling on the roads. places in baltimore will hit reading and the lehigh valley
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early morning. two issues today, the morning rain is the first, when that ends this afternoon we get strong, blustery winds. by 2:00 p.m. you'll see the initiation of a wind advisory. there could gusts as high as 40 to 50 miles per hour. look out for debris on the roads this afternoon and tonight. radar showing cloudy and rainy, most of the rain dies down around noon. 47 degrees in philadelphia. a lot of areas in the 40s, so it's chilly. as we roll through the day. 55 degrees by noon, most of the rain tapering off by then. 64 by 3:00 p.m. 66 degrees around 4:00 p.m., but very blustery later on. karen rogers this is not exactly a perfect commute what have you got out there? >> reporter: we have wet roads and problems already, look look live on i-95, southbound traffic heavy here approaching cottman and girard. a 25 minute ride that's a
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good-sized delay for this hour. woodhaven to the vine the roads are wet it's a slow go. southbound at claymont exit number five there are injuries on the scene. another multi-vehicle accident on the turn piesh -- turnpike westbound at valley forge, one vehicle spun out facing the wrong way. gives you an example what happens with the wet roads. slow speeds on 422. taking ago live look 422 -- taking a live look 422 at trooper. traffic is jammed, 11 minute ride, 4 minute delay and growing from oaks to 202 at 422. boulevard southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway. already slow, wet out there, so he slow down the speeds. a delaware county teenager is talking about a violent encounter with a robber that happened steps from her front door. police believe the attacker may have preyed on several other
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women in the past few weeks. annie mccormick is live in upper darby with the story. >> reporter: matt, that 17-year-old victim was looking for her keys while standings in front of her home on saturday night when the suspect grabbed her from behind. the suspect had no idea that her uncle and father were about to spring into action. this is the man police say is responsible for a string of around robberies. sultan akbar-abdullah did not count on his next victim and her family taking him down when he allegedly tried to grab her and rob her at knifepoint. her uncle jumped into action. he showed us his injuries up close, scratches to his neck and face and shallow stab wound to the shoulder. he grabbed sultan akbar-abdullah in the nearby alley and held him
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until police came. i got him off the street. >> reporter: lamy is grateful for her uncle's quick reaction. the suspect confessed he committed three recent armed robberies. authorities are considering him a suspect in two other crimes. i know he would risk his life for me, i didn't think there was a time he would have to do that. >> reporter: and that suspect has a long rap sheet. he is in custody and in jail on $100,000 bail. reporting live in upper darby. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." thanks, annie. chester police are investigating an act of criminal mischief that left several school bus also damaged the lot is on west 9th street. four buses were targeted. they broke windows and ripped off doors and damaged tires. chester upland school district returns from spring break
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tomorrow. they are off today. another case of vandalism in berks county someone smashed windows out of 14 cars along a city block in reading on north 12th street. police are checking into whether anything was stolen with the vehicles and hoping that neighbors will call with more information. 70 people were killed and 100 injured at an parent suicide bombing at a pakistani park. the bomb went off near a children's group. it was aimed at christians celebrating easter. they were upset because of our worship. authorities detained nine people as part of the efforts to prevent future terror attacks and to learn more about the airport and subway bombings in brussels. three people detained in brussels are being held on terror charges.
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state department officials confirmed four americans were killed in the attacks in brussels. the airport where 11 people were killed is expected to stay closed until at least tomorrow. 6:36 here at home we should learn more about the co-pilot who was detained moments before a philadelphia plane was scheduled to take off. federal authorities say the american airlines co-pilot was taken into custody in detroit on suspicion of being drunk. tsa agent alerted police saying he was acting oddly and instead of alcohol. federal prosecutors will release details later today. the pilot has not been identified, but they are saying he is from pennsylvania. "action news" will bring you the the latest on air and line 6abc.com. a maryland police officer who was killed outside his
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police station will be laid to rest in marcus hook. he was killed on march 13 in the case of mistaken identity. it happened during a shootout with a suspect outside the police station in landover. former congresswoman gabrielle giffords will visit wilmington delaware today to help communities stay safer from gun violence to keep guns out of the wrong hands and reduce gun violence in delaware. the former conk woman was a gun control advocate since she was not in 2011. arizona is -- villanova is heading back to the final four since 2009. they leave for houston on wednesday and they play oklahoma in the final four opener on saturday night. "action news" asked jay wright if he thought this southeastern's team had
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championship potential. no, not at all, not in november. i would say in the middle of january we started thinking about it. i never said it to the guys that they had a chance until probably late january. north carolina beat syracuse in the final four nightcap. i have the wildcats win it all in my bracket. >> reporter: wow. >> reporter: i think so there's a few people around here who thought that. i'm one. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows us rain across the region as we take a two dimensional view you can see the heavy stuff is north an east of philadelphia. but you're dealing with fairly steady rain in the city. it's going to take a while for the rain piled up on roads to drain around philadelphia itself. trenton is really getting hit. in another ten minutes it will slacken off a little bit.
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places like norristown and jenkintown and southern bucks county. doylestown and lightered shades of green chester county and new castle county. looks like allentown is missing the heavy stuff as is easton, but there is scattered heavier precipitation. parts of south jersey, things are breaking apart. as we look out west, it's heading northeast and missing philadelphia reading will get some of that a and allentown, too over the next hour sore. as we look outside, it's damp out there across the region. hard to see the center city skyscrapers with the low flying cloud cover and the rain. temperatures around the region, cool, 43 in allentown. 44 in in trenton.
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47 in wilmington, 51 in cape may. coat weather and rain gear weather this morning. at 9:00 a.m. we'll be in the rain drops with steady precipitation possible. between 9:00 a.m. and noon, it moves off to the north an east. in the afternoon it will be cloudy but only scattered pieces of precipitation. we have sunshine later. unfortunately there's another issue popping up at 2:00 p.m. it's the wind. noon, winds gusts are not that bad. 6:00 p.m. we'll see bluster winds in the 30s and 40s, might see isolated gusts as high as 50 miles per hour this afternoon and evening. this windy condition buildings in after 2:00 p.m. this afternoon and stays with us through the night. 37 degrees by 8:00 p.m. 51 by 10:00 a.m. 64 by 3:00 p.m., high of 66 degrees around 4:00 p.m.
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windy later on. highs across the region, mild, 61 in allentown. 63 in trenton. 60 in cape may. wet in the morning windy later on. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast that's the call a damp start, a windy finish, 66. tomorrow, windy and cooler, 57. less wind on wednesday, sunny, 60, back up to 70 on thursday, thursday afternoon a warm front comes in and helps us get up to the 70-degree high and helps us trigger showers later in the day and at night. friday afternoon we clear, we expect a high of 68 it will be chillier overly the weekend. saturday, 57. sunday, 50. could be a spotty saturday shower. look for that, thanks david. 6:41. a museum's plans to include bill cosby in one of their exhibits draws criticism. a car burst into flames outside a popular hotel in boston. >> reporter: 30 bypass, eastbound traffic traveling through the rain, again this
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it's a monday and it is raining. >> reporter: we'll help you through it. it's a rainy monday that's for sure. this is route 100 at commerce drive no major problems here, a good shot of the roads. you can see how the rain is still coming down. we have the ponding on the roadways that you're dealing with. in a handful of cases we've seen accidents, it's true. this is a new one route 1 southbound at 841 the accident just coming in. we had a multi-vehicle accident on the pennsylvania turnpike, three vehicles one spun out facing the wrong way. they pushed it off to the side on the turnpike westbound at valley forge. things moving better there. meanwhile, 19 miles per hour eastbound on 422 from oaks to trooper. you can see a slow go there. a couple of problems this morning. let's go on outside this is what it looks like in new jersey on 42. all right a delay at this point northbound coming up from deptford or turnersville.
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a 17 minute ride from the ac expressway to the walt whitman bridge. the area bridges looking good, the ben not showing delays just yet. but you can seem the low visibility in that shot. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing the heavy pounding rain on the i-95 corridor through philadelphia has shifted to the north at this point. still wet everywhere. the heaviest of rain is in trenton new jersey turnpike near wrightstown. mount holy, 38, medford lakes, getting it good in media on the blue route a good soak is there anything, as well. you're driving through a lot of rain take it easy, matt. thanks, karen. new on "action news," video shows a parked car bursting into flames. a man was driveing it he smelled something burning, he pulled over in front of the elliot
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hotel and after he got out, it burst into flames. they are looking into why it burst into flames. mar rahm emanuel is going to announce his pick for the top cop for the police. he did not take the recommendation of the police board as the top pick. he is going to pick someone who is not on the list. he said charles ramsey was the first choice. ramsey declined the offer but is working with the city as a consultant. this is new, a battle over the bill cosby exhibit in washington, d.c. several women who accused the comedian of the assault are upset that the exhibit will not make mention of the sex assault gains the entertainer. the of african-american museum l recognize his career in television and film saying his achievements should stand alone.
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he faces criminal charges that he assaulted a former temple employee at his home in montgomery county. 6:48. coming up, we'll check in with "good morning america" crew live in new york city. a gang of crook waste no time getting away with bainchts bainchts -- a bunch of of new cars.
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what you got there, rob. >> reporter: hi, matt, alicia. we've got good stuff coming up, of course politics on "g.m.a.," a wild weekend. the person attacks between the republican frontrunners not letting up and news for donald trump the gop candidate becoming a grandfather again, congratulations to him we'll have more on the baby. severe weather over easter weekend, many hit by hail and serious rain. a new storm developing in the west sweeping across the country we'll have the latest forecast on "g.m.a." plus caught on camera, check this out, thieves clearing out a car dealership stealing multiple cars from the lot within minutes. incredible video. we'll tell you how they did it as long as you promise not to do it. an early fan favorite on "dancing with the stars," america's next top model winner,
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how he and his partner dance, it's impressive, we'll be dealing with that. that guy can move. it's amazing stuff. i love seeing the teamwork, she was gieghtd him along. takes teamwork to get through this morning, it's wet and it slow, southbound traffic on the right-hand side at girard, 26 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. a slow go on i-95. the roads are wet, driving through water, slow it down. claymont delaware, philadelphia pike at alcot avenue. >> reporter: the rain is moving through the northeast of philadelphia, it's heading toward trenton and heavy batch toward allentown and reading later. 48 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 53 by 11:00 a.m. the rain will start to die down about midday in most neighborhoods. we get a high later on of
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66 degrees. after 2:00 p.m., the second issue of the day arrives that's strong blustery winds. alicia and matt? we'll be back with the top stories.
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top stories 6 65:00 a.m., a man is behind bars after a fight
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with a victim's uncle. sultan akbar-abdullah tried to rob her at knifepoint on the steps of her upper darby home. someone smashed windows out of 14 cars north 1st street in reading. police are checking to see if anything was stolen from the vehicles. today at deadline to register to vote in the pennsylvania primary. in delaware, the cut off is april 2. negligence voters have until -- new jersey voters have until may 17. >> reporter: there's rain on the schuylkill expressway, you can see the southbound traffic heading toward the boulevard. you're jammed solid on the schuylkill expressway it's a slow go from montgomery to girard. i-95 southbound is heavy at cottman, dave. >> reporter: two issues today fist is the rain, looks like by lunchtime it will be over. after 2:00 p.m. look out a wind advisory kicks in this afternoon
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into tonight. 50-mile an hour wind gusts are possible. 30 to 40 miles per hour. "good morning america" is next, for karen rogers, david murphy, alicia vitarelli, tamala edwards, i'm matt o'donnell. have a great monday and great week everyone! find fantasy shows.
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good morning, americas. severe spring storms tear through the heartland. reported tornadoes and golf-ball size hail pound the midwest. as record rains lead to flash floods in the south. now, more severe weather is coming. . southwest to the southeast on high alert. also breaking right now, new and chilling video of the brussels' terror suspects from the moment before the airport blast. a massive man hunt under way right now. the other horror, at least 65 people died in a new isis-inspired attack. targeting christians on easter sunday. back here at home, ted cruz pointing the finger at donald trump for that tabloid story about alleged affairs. the war over wives hitting a breaking point. as the front-runner welcomes a new

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